Congrats to Amy Tintera and Stephanie Diaz, who were named 2 of the 5 best Latina Young Adult authors by Cosmopolitan.com!
Check out the cover for Sweet Paul Eat and Make: Charming Recipes and Kitchen Crafts You Will Love, by Paul Lowe! The book will come out April 1, 2014. You can pre-order the book on Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
It began as a little blog highlighting the recipes and crafts of the Norwegian-born food and prop stylist Paul Lowe. Six years later, Sweet Paul is an online magazine followed by millions and a print quarterly sold nationwide in specialty stores. Praised by the New York Times as “ a trove of seasonal delights,” it is turning heads with its easy, elegant food and style-setting aesthetic.
Divided into Morning, Brunch, Noon, and Night, with color palettes to match, Sweet Paul Eat and Make includes breakfast dishes like Morning Biscuits with Cheddar, Dill, and Pumpkin Seeds and brunches like Smoked Salmon Hash with Scallions, Dill, and Eggs. For lunch, there’s a super-quick Risotto with Asparagus, and for dinner, Maple-Roasted Chicken and a stunning Norwegian specialty, World’s Best Cake. Rustically chic craft projects—paper flowers made out of coffee filters, a vegetable-dyed tablecloth, and a trivet from wooden clothespins—will captivate even those who are all thumbs.
Meet the Author
Paul Lowe, who was born in Oslo, has been a food and craft stylist for more than twenty years. His work has appeared in Real Simple, Parents, Better Homes and Gardens, Country Living, Good Housekeeping, Cooking Light, Food Network, and Cosmopolitan.
A huge congratulations to New York Times best selling author Deb Perelman, on winning the International Association of Culinary Professionals’ Julia Child Award for her first book, The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook!
Check out this great list of fun facts about REBOOT author Amy Tintera!
Stonesong, a literary agency and book production company, is seeking an administrative and editorial intern to work in our Manhattan office two or three days per week and to occasionally read from home for an internship lasting three months. This internship is designed for those able to obtain college credit. We will offer a travel stipend. We offer the opportunity to learn about all aspects of the publishing industry, as well as specifically about author representation and management, evaluating manuscripts and proposals, and general literary agency services. We are always happy to answer questions about the industry, and we involve our interns in discussions about book covers, editorial work, and sales strategies. We also connect successful interns with other publishing professionals, and many of our interns have continued on to jobs at publishing houses or magazines.
We are seeking candidates with the following skills: a facility with language and writing, critical reading and thinking, and the ability to organize and sort content. Knowledge of MS Word and Excel is necessary, and knowledge of WordPress is a plus. Our preferred candidate will be someone who is highly motivated and productive, organized, reads a great deal of contemporary commercial fiction, and wants to learn. Tasks include general administrative work such as filing and photocopying, writing correspondence, reading and evaluating submissions from writers, and updating and creating content for the agency website.
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Stonesong artist-turned-baker-cookbook author Patti Paige showcases her skills in the annual Gingerbread House competition in the lobby at the Parker Meridian (Dec 1- Jan 3). This year’s theme is “Landmarks Around The World.” Patti and her company, Baked Ideas, created this Lincoln Monument, a 3-ft tall masterpiece crafted with rice krispie treats, chocolate, fondant, royal icing, cookies, and peppermint sticks. Now that’s a monument fit for a President!